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Question No : 1
c. each centimeter over the normal 2.5-cm prostate urethral length equates

an additional 15 g in prostate weight
each centimeter over the normal 1.5-cm prostate urethral length equates
an additional 5 g in prostate weight
. When comparing suprapubic to retropubic prostatectomy for removing prostatic adenoma, the former allows:

Question No : 2
When comparing HoLEP to open prostatectomy for a 70 g prostatic adenoma removal; what parameter goes in favor of the latter?

operation time
duration of in-hospital stay
amount of blood transfused
time to catheter removal

Question No : 3
What is (are) true concerning IPSS questionnaire?

it focuses on last month`s symptoms
scores of moderate symptoms suggest surgical treatment if the patient`s quality of life was poor
it has been validated and translated to many languages
all of the above

Question No : 4
Which statement(s) describe(s) the bladders response to an obstructing prostate?

it may develop detrusor instability with irritative LUTS
it may develop poor compliance with frequency and urgency symptoms
it may develop poor detrusor contractility with obstructive LUTS
all of the above

Question No : 5
What is false concerning bladder and prostate histology in BPH?

obstruction results in bladder smooth muscle hypertrophy and myofibroblasts deposition
BPH occurs chiefly in the transitional zone and periurethral tissues
BPH microscopical changes begin in early thirties
histologic findings of chronic prostatitis are common in BPH

Question No : 6
The lowest re-treatment rate of BPH is for:

TUIP
TURP
HoLEP
HoLRP

Question No : 7
a. lesser chance of post-operative urethral stricture

milder postoperative hematuria
tension-free bladder closure
extra-peritoneal approach
. When comparing TURP to open prostatectomy for removing prostatic adenoma, the latter has the following advantages, EXCEPT: